This is the quickest, easiest system you'll find for defining an edge between your lawn and flower beds or garden. Simply pound each interlocking piece into the ground with a rubber mallet; in most soils there's no need for cutting, trenching or tearing up sod. To turn a corner, just bend the sections to form the angle you need.
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Easy to use and looks great
By Lorie in the Shade
from Carbondale, IL
Comments about : 8" Pound-In Edging:
I was skeptical about these small edgers but bought them on sale to replace stone edging that was difficult to mow and trim around. They were really easy to tap in, look great, and it's now a breeze to mow the edge. Plan on getting a few more boxes next year to finish the job! Just about the best thing I purchased for the yard this year!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I like it, wasn't to hard to put in.
I could put it in and didn't have to have my husband do it.
Exactly what I needed
By Solar Man
from Preston, Idaho
I use this edging to surround a section of my yard that is done in volcanic rock. My property is very sandy and the rock kept "migrating"/ This edging is easy to use and does the trick. In a few hours my yard was tidy again.
POUND IN EDGING WORKS GREAT
from CHOCTAW OKLAHOMA
MY WIFE LOVED THEM BECAUSE SHE COULD POUND THEM IN WITH A RUBBER MALLET AND MAKE BORDERS WITH TURNS AND ANGLES
I would buy this product again
from Madison, Wisconsin
I am giving this a four because it is too early to tell how long it will hold up under the elements of Wisconsin winters. I loved that there is the 12 inch option. I am blocking out problem plants that spread by runners underground from my neighbors yard that I do not want in my yard. One section the ground hard and I couldn't get them as deep as I wanted so I am going to see if I can get them pounded in deeper in the spring when the soil is soft. I am pleased with how they look and I think they will be a big help to me!!
I haven't yet used them, but appear to be good & sturdy.
By Dragonfly lady
from Fond du Lac, WI
I have not yet used them, I ordered them for a planned project in spring so I will have to do a rating on them after I actually use them, but they appear to be quite sturdy and functional.Check back in the spring after I have used them.
I have bought this item more than once.
from Sturgeon Bay, WI
Easy to install and keeps grass from creeping in.
Labor intensive, but met needs
By NOT a Green Thumb!
from St. Albans, VT
This edging is easy enough to put around landscapes, but it is somewhat time-consuming and labor-intensive. It was fine for our purposes and what we needed, but would probably try something else next time.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
looks good and easy to install
By tall sven
I've used this on two projects now. It looks nice. It easy to install. I just slide it down in the groove at the edge and pound it in with a rubber mallet. You can make it do curves and angles.
from Upstate New York
Easy to install and it really cleans up borders.
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